I used to think of holidays in the UK as a bit of a second-rate option. Better than nothing, but only if you can't make it somewhere more exciting with better weather. But after two years of travelling and learning about other countries, I'm finally starting to appreciate my own.… Read more of "Camping on the north Norfolk coast"
After a couple of months at home, with a lot of work and access to a TV, I'm back to reading again. I've just started Olive Kitteridge (loving it) and I've nearly finished Amy Schumer's audiobook, which is surprisingly emotional. Anyway, here are some of my faves from the last… Read more of "Reading on the road #7"
When we were back home this summer, we went on a road trip around the North Norfolk Coast. We camped in the countryside, ate fish and chips and walked along stormy beaches. I'll be writing a full post with all the details next week, but for now here's a taster… Read more of "A Norfolk road trip (video edition)"
On our way home from Mexico we ended up with a day to spare in Boston. It's not somewhere I'd really thought of visiting before, but it surprised me. It's filled with great neighbourhoods, you can walk everywhere and the lobster rolls are really something. This is what we got… Read more of "A day in Boston"
Well, I've finally done it! This is my last post from our 6 months in Mexico. Guadalajara was a bit of a weird one. It wasn't really what we'd expected, and it was hard not to keep comparing it to Mexico City. But looking back, there were quite a few… Read more of "Five things in Guadalajara"
When we look back on this crazy adventure, I know that one of our favourite memories will be of San Pancho. With one main street that leads to the beach, San Pancho is tiny but it's filled with restaurants, cafes, little boutiques and juice bars. People walk around barefoot, there… Read more of "A guide to San Pancho"